Many thanks to everyone who came out to our League Fundraiser at Downtown Scoop on Thursday evening. It was a huge success!
Downtown Scoop Fundraiser 05/24/2018
Hi SABL Parents & Players-
Let's talk Krispy Kreme Doughnuts. For our fundraising this year, we chose to try something new- it's a super easy one. It only takes 1 week! Here is how it works:
Glazed Doughnuts: $10
Flavored Doughnuts: $11
Pre-sell doughnuts starting today, May 17th through May 26th. Use the accompanying forms to track your sales.
Doughnut Delivery Day will be June 4th. You can pick-up your products on Monday June 4th from the American Legion Clubhouse beginning as early as 5:30pm. Folks will be there up til 8pm to help with distribution.
Immediately below are forms needed to sell the doughnuts.
Also, please take 5 minutes and watch this video, it is very informative:
Parents will hand over order forms to coaches by the 26th, along with the collected monies. Melissa McCaslin will be available all day on the 27th to collect the forms. Melissa McCaslin will also be at the Legion between 7pm & 8pm on the 26th, if you're uncomfortable holding onto orders. If you will not be around on the 26th or 27th, please contact Melissa McCaslin via cell at 215-626-3300 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org and she will make arrangements with you to collect everything beforehand.
The goal is:
10 boxes per player
The top 2 players from each team with the most sales will be invited to Domino's for a pizza party!
All funds raised from this fundraiser will benefit SABL families & our players. Fundraising allows us to provide updated equipment, FREE clinics to the children and coaches, field maintenance/upgrades, and so much more.
We are incredibly thankful for our communities support and dedication in helping make SABL successful. It is our volunteers, families & our players that make SABL so special.
Frequently asked questions:
Can we accept donations ($10) in place of selling doughnuts?
Sure! If folks would rather give you cash, in lieu of placing an order - that's awesome. Just write donation next to their name & address so we can mail them a thank you!
What is the easiest way to sell?
Head of the Krispy Kreme fundraiser Melissa McCaslin sent out a group text message to her family and sold 15 boxes. The flavors aren't assorted so, folks bought each flavor and will share.
Great places to reach out to: EMS, Fire Departments, Police stations, Emergency Rooms - places where there is a lot of shift work & folks running around without a lot of time for breaks.
What do Krispy Kreme doughnuts taste like?
Heaven. No, but seriously, they're delicious! The glaze tastes almost like a funnel cake. You can heat them up for a few seconds in the microwave and they melt in your mouth. You can also freeze them up to 6 weeks (in freezer bags) and defrost them when ready to enjoy.
Thank you so much for your continued support & dedication!
SABL Board of Directors
Souderton's own Paige Guinther Phillies home Run Derby Champion!
When: Saturday, June 16th at 6:35 pm
Lawn Seats: $10 (w/ $2 food & beverage credit)
Stadium Seats: $15(w/ $2 food & beverage credit)
If you are interested, please complete and return the attached flyer, along with a check made out to SABL, NO LATER THAN JUNE 2nd. Forms and checks can be mailed to the following address:
P.O. Box 64766
Souderton, PA 18964
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